The Right Fit: A Lesson in Design Leadership

Written by
AIGA Nebraska
August 26, 2014

Hi. My name is Todd Cramer. I’m a brother, son, writer, content strategist, design advocate, emcee, AIGA Nebraska board president and sneaker addict. When it comes to me and sneakers, it’s all about the perfect fit.

Last December, I was honored to be voted as AIGA Nebraska president. I’ve committed to work as hard as necessary in order to fulfill my duties to the community, a community I truly love, and help lead us toward the next generation of design leadership.

Leveraging Strengths

Creative pros hear all day long that  failure is OK.  I can tell you from experience it’s better to be honest about your strengths and succeed by using them to their full advantage than it is to refuse to acknowledge your weaknesses and fail foolishly.

You’ve probably met Miranda Bouck, art director, designer, developer, community activist and passionate design leader. Miranda has the strengths and talents to lead the next generation of our community.

Hello, Mrs. President!

I am very happy to announce that Miranda has been appointed to succeed me as your new AIGA Nebraska president.

This change will allow me to return to doing what I love most — creating! I’ll be moving back to director of communications to serve the way that best suits my passions and talents — by making good content!

This organizational realignment will ensure that the AIGA Nebraska board and membership will be led concretely in the right direction as we continue to build a multi-disciplinarily creative community.

Please join me in welcoming your new AIGA Nebraska president, Miranda Bouck!


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